Veteran midfielder Sylvain Legwinski has said that he may retire from football after he was not offered a new deal at Portman Road.
The 34 year-old was voted the Supporters Player of the Year for the 2006/07 campaign which included goals against Colchester and arch-rivals Norwich for which he was later induced into Town folklore.
However, he was forced to miss pre-season to the end of last season which ultimately limited his first-team chances. He only went onto make nine starts the entire 2007/08 season.
He said: ‘I enjoyed my time at Ipswich very much. It was a good move for me to join the Club and being voted player of the year was very special.
‘I have to speak to a few people before I make a decision on my future. There may be one or two clubs that might be interested or it maybe that it is the right time for me to retire from football.’
Whatever he chooses, we wish him the best of luck.